Celebrated hairstylist Marigold Bloom knows how to tease beauty out of chaos…until her own life becomes untamable. After losing her prestigious job in Chicago, Marigold returns home to Good Hope, Wisconsin. But her plan to lay low and consider her next move is complicated by an unexpected blast from the past.
Sheriff Cade Rallis has never forgotten the blissful weekend he spent with the irresistible Marigold in Door County. Seeing her again is like a one-two punch to his heart, and he knows he can’t lose her a second time.
Marigold never meant for her stay in Good Hope to be permanent, and she certainly never meant to fall for Cade. As Valentine’s Day approaches and her dream job beckons, will Cupid’s grip on Marigold be strong enough to keep her in Good Hope? Or will the lure of fame and fortune in the big city prove impossible to resist?
On January 31st, I celebrated the release of BE MINE IN GOOD HOPE. It's now February and I'm still celebrating!!! I love this book-- actually I adore all of the books in this series--and hope you'll check it out! I'm eagerly awaiting the cover concepts for FOREVER IN GOOD HOPE (August, 2017) I can't wait to see what the fabulous Montlake Art Department has come up with this time. As soon as I can, I'll share the cover with you!
Happy New Year! 2017 is starting off with a bang! Both CHRISTMAS IN GOOD HOPE and SUMMER IN GOOD HOPE are on sale this month!!! And, BE MINE IN GOOD HOPE, will be released on Jaunuary 31st! I just finished the edits for FOREVER IN GOOD HOPE and I must admit, I love Fin and Jeremy's story. I'm now writing fast and furiously on Eliza's story, SAY I DO IN GOOD HOPE, in anticipation of starting a new series in February. More details to follow!
Seriously, it's already DECEMBER??? I've been so busy working on the edits on FOREVER IN GOOD HOPE (August 2017) that time is flying. My goals for this month are simple; finish the edits on Fin and Jeremy's book (I love this story, just sayin') and complete my Christmas shopping. Hopefully, that isn't asking too much. Happy Holidays!
I'm looking forward to another productive month! I'm headed to Florida for a plotting retreat with three other writers, then I'll return to continue writing Eliza's book, "SAY I DO IN GOOD HOPE." I'm also working on a new series. Stay tuned for more about that in the coming months!
It's another busy, exciting month as I put the finishing touches on FOREVER IN GOOD HOPE. Every so often a book comes along that practically writes itself. It's been that way with Fin and Jeremy's book. Still, I'm giving it my full attention to make it the best it can be. Look for this one, August 2017!
Fabulous news to share...the Kindle copy of SUMMER IN GOOD HOPE IS ON SALE all month for $1.99!! Readers have been raving about this story so be sure and check it out. Don't forget, if you are a Kindle Unlimited (KU) member, both books in the series are FREE for you.
2/20/2017 I grew up in a working class family. There wasn't a lot of money for "extras" such as vacations. Even if there had been money, my parents didn't particularly care about traveling. My father had done a stint in the military and had spent time "overseas" and that had been enough for him. My mother had never flown on a plane and had no desire to get on one. Even short trips to neighboring states didn't rank high on their "to-do" list. The strange thing was, even when I was in grade school, I longed to see the world. I remember once when we had a short summer trip planned to Colorado. One of probably a handful of vacations we took the entire time I was growing up. I counted down the days. Then, the DAY BEFORE we were to leave, my parents told my brother and me the trip was off. They'd decided not to go. I can still remember my sadness, my disappointment. To this day, I don't know if it was money thing or something else. I flew for the first time when I was nineteen-- a short flight to Chicago to visit a friend who'd moved there. Yes, I was scared and for one brief second considered getting off the plane. But something told me if I did, I'd never get to go all the places I wanted to see. I've traveled a lot in the years since and enjoy flying immensely. For some people travel isn't a priority. (My husband is very much a homebody) But as long as I have friends or other family to go with on my trips, I'm happy. And maybe, just maybe, I appreciate all the opportunities to travel now even more because of my childhood. ...Read more
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